Hariclea gives a stunningly thoughtful and pithy review of Urban and the Shed Crew.
I was lucky enough to be able to see the film twice over the last weekend and I can honestly say I could watch it again, several times and enjoy it just as much. It is just that kind of story and that kind of film – the kind whereby you gain more and more understanding by going back, where you don’t feel the story has been told and it’s the end. You feel compelled to go back for a reminder about the realities it captures but also for the impulse to action it provides. Just as the book it manages not to close the chapter but rather to start a journey.
Films and stories like these are rare in our world of quick fixes and adrenaline trips.
Bernard Hare’s book which underpins the film is not only a very emotional experience; it is an extremely well written book. The…
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